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At 12:16pm on August 12, 2014, Julia Brodsky said…

Amy,

thank you for the welcome, and the idea of starting a conversation with educators.  I observed Peter Senge running a World Cafe for K-12 system thinking conference, and it was beautiful. I wonder if we can introduce something like that for educational unconferences, such as edcampDC, etc.

Best,

Julia

At 6:31pm on August 2, 2014, Larry Minks said…

Thank you for the warm welcome Amy.  I had become acquainted with the World Cafe years ago and so impressed in how it has developed.  Bravo! Bravo!

I look forward to engaging with colleagues from around the world.

My very best wishes,

Larry

At 6:28am on July 29, 2014, Flora Matheson said…

Hi Amy,

Thanks for the welcome. I participated in a world cafe in Sudbury, Ontario last month. Actually, my cousin invited me to the event and I found it quite interesting. I'm putting together a couple of grant applications now to hopefully (fingers crossed the money comes through) do two cafes with youth for knowledge translation. Tell me about you and your experiences.

Flora

At 9:51am on July 25, 2014, Bolette Nyrop said…

Hi Amy, thanks for your reflections and suggestions. What we actually did was giving everybody a bit more time at the same table and then inviting to move on. Some did and some stayed put at the same table. True, the capacity to listen and respond to the energy in the room is one of the qualifications of good host. - My most important learning was, however, to see the joy shining in the eyes of the participants of being for once in a genuine conversation:)

At 5:38pm on July 22, 2014, Cathy Takiguchi said…

Dear Amy,

Thanks for the invite and hope to gain more insight from this forum and thanks for the warm welcome.

At 8:35am on July 20, 2014, Bolette Nyrop said…

Thanks Amy for welcoming me to at table in the World Café! I was a co-host at an event applying World Café here in Denmark. Participants were so happy to be part of a genuine conversation that it was hard to make them move on to another table. Some just stayed at their first table. Next time I'll host a Wold Café, I'll practice inviting more intensely to move on to the next table:) I am on a learning path and wish to practice more World Cafés. Good to be part of this generous learning community. I expect to learn a lot in the beginning and be able to offer more experience later on.

At 3:08am on July 7, 2014, Fiona Park said…

.. and thank you very much for the warm welcome!

At 3:08am on July 7, 2014, Fiona Park said…

Thanks Amy - nice to meet you! 

At 3:58pm on June 19, 2014, jason harris said…

Thank You, Thank You Amy, for the welcome! I GOT stories.

Did I ever tell you about the time,,,,?

Stories to come fo sho.

Peace and love..

J.

At 8:32am on June 16, 2014, Pattie Belle Hastings said…

Hi Amy, Thank you for the warm welcome. I will be posting some images of my visual recording work and links to websites when I have a chance. I am really interested in the World Cafe methods and process and hope to learn and participate in any way I can. I will check out the orientation section, too!

At 12:59pm on May 19, 2014, Ken Keiser said…

Hello, Amy.

 

I am happy to say that I have survived the move of my organization from two buildings into one new building that is LEED-certified and that has unified our staff into a bright, airy, and collaborative work space especially designed to encourage the breakdown of barriers and silos. I have been silent for 5 months because I have been so caught up in designing communications related to our new and expanding technological services for our employees and members.

 

I hope to be much more engaged here on this site.

At 6:51pm on May 14, 2014, Jamerson Mancio said…

Hi Amy ... thanks for your welcome!!!
Ok I'll try share my experiences with the younger, right?
I love do this kind of meet with them ...

Big Hug full of light

At 5:02pm on May 5, 2014, Lynden Harris said…

Thanks so much, Amy!

At 10:18am on May 5, 2014, Margaret Schultz said…

Hi Amy: Thanks for your welcome! I attended the 3 day AoH Beyond the Basics in Columbus, Ohio at the beginning of April. It was fantastic. I attended a 1 day AoH Dojo in Petaluma this past weekend. Looking forward to learning from everyone and sharing along the way.

At 1:11pm on April 30, 2014, Laureen Golden said…

That would be lovely! I would welcome the opportunity to connect with you and hear more about the Story Dojo (wish I had heard about it sooner -- it sounds amazing)!

At 12:10pm on April 30, 2014, Laureen Golden said…

Thank you, Amy, for your welcome and orientation!  I am eager to explore the site and learn more!  I am touched by the warmth and hospitality of the site!

At 3:16am on April 22, 2014, Karen Fox said…
Thanks Amy for your warm welcome. I was excited to see this online community. I fondly remember my experience with the online Signature course in 2012 - so pleased to be able to continue my involvement from here in Australia. Any one else working with World Cafe for innovation and change in schools? Love to hear from you.
At 9:26pm on April 9, 2014, Kerrie Duff said…

Thanks Amy. There certainly seems lots to explore. I've been part of live world cafes but never an on-line one!

At 11:50am on April 2, 2014, JACQUIE GILSON said…

Thank you for the welcome Amy. I look forward to investigating the group's resources and communicating with other members.

At 7:34pm on March 31, 2014, Joe Aleman said…
Thanks Amy.

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